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Feb 26, 2014 4:00am PST
to 13 deaths. trader larry shover of sfg alternatives joins us now on this wednesday, and larry, why is the s&p struggling with getting over this 1850 mark? > > you know it reminds me of 1650 of last year and even 1350. at this point 1850 is going to require growth metrics to get past that level. it's not like last year where the market rallied before the data set so we need growth metrics to prove that we deserve to be above that level. > > let's move over to the commodity sector and oats are at a high because there's not enough space on trains. oil is taking too much of the space. what's happening here with oats and oil, larry? > > yeah oats is at an all-time high-- a 10 year high over corn. a lot of it does have to do with transportation-- you're right-- just pulling gas down and crude oil down from the upper midwest. it's compromising getting the oats to market but also the winter has been tough too-- the snow cover has been very very hard and the supply hasn't been that great. > > and now over to hollywood where dreamworks came out with their earnings after the close in the stoc
Mar 4, 2014 4:00am PST
, serving as chief of staff for former treasury secretary larry summers before leaving to work at google and then facebook. still to come: digging deeper into a recent pr nightmare at general motors... that's in today's cover story... apple is trying to reinvent "behind the wheel." and next how car dealerships are weathering the winter! that's next after this in the know message! consumers are warming up to the idea of getting out of the house to buy new cars and trucks. following january's frost bit ---sales numbers improved significantly in february. gm's sales dropped 1% but that was a better showing than forecast by analsyts. chrysler sales roared 11 percent as car buyers put the pedal to the metal to buy jeeps to nagivate harsh winter conditions. at ford, sales fell 6%. but the car company noticed momentum building and exepcts a better seasonally adjusted annual rate. "we're expectiong a significant better month and expecting saar to finally rebound to that over 16 level." jeremy acevedo-- an analyst at, predicts automakers will reach the goal of selling mor
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